Every Sunday a bunch of classic cars have a little meet-up at Seaview in Poole.
This is one of the cars parked-up whilst the owners had a tea and a chat.
This is a 8 X 3 ratio.
Best viewed large.
After getting up at 04:40 on Sunday I drove around the harbour (the first ferry isn’t until 07:00) and parked up in Studland. After a brisk walk in the dark to Old Harry the sky looked promising. Sadly a bank of cloud moved across the sunrise so there ended up not being much colour in the sky.
I took this shot using a Nisi 10 stop ND filter.
Post processed in LR4. The crop is a 8 X 3 ratio which seems to work quite well.
Had a great weekend visiting friends in St Albans last weekend. There was some nice spring weather and saw some blossom that was fully in bloom.
It’s great to have some nice weather in the UK after so much rain.
I popped out to Pamphill Church to see if the bluebells were anywhere near coming out (they weren’t!) but thought the blossom looked nice around the church.
I needed to drop some stuff off at the RNLI College this morning and spotted a few classic cars parked up.
Luckily (predictably!) I had my camera in the boot so got a few snaps of some nice looking classic cars.
They were all Jensen’s so I’m guessing it was an owners club weekend away or something.
Some more photos of them can be seen here :
Having had a mad week at work I thought it was only right that I should get up early last Saturday and go out and take some photos!
The forecast was for stillness and mist so I decided to do a local trip and went down to Poole Park.
It was somewhat brisk but the sunrise was great which always makes it worthwhile.
This is a photo of the Sevens Boatshed which sits on the edge of Poole Park Lake.